Our Fleet Test Drive: Audi A6 Avant - 11th Report
15 June 2012
The A6 Avant has proved itself as excellent family transport over the last half-year, and it's some of the little touches that enhance the ownership experience, such as the switch below the electric windows that activates the child locks electronically. There's no fiddling around in the door mechanism itself for a switch like on most cars; you can comfortably turn the locks on and off from the driver's Seat.
Being able to switch off the locks at the touch of a button when there are adults in the back is much more useful, although not as amusing as leaving some poor friend or relative stranded in the car when you park.
|Audi A6 Avant 3.0 TDI 204 SE Multitronic|
|Claimed combined consumption||54.3mpg|
|Our average consumption ||40.2mpg|
|Actual CPM ||81.1p|